New York Times, Monday, August 19, 1996

Author: E.C. Gorski
Editor: Will Shortz
Elizabeth C. Gorski
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {QWX} This is puzzle # 7 for Ms. Gorski. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1996, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Queen Latifah songs : RAPS
5. Less than 90 (degrees) : ACUTE
10. Mouth-to-mouth : ORAL
14. Director Kazan : ELIA
15. Andrews and Carvey : DANAS
16. Appoint : NAME
17. "Right on, brother!" : AMEN
18. Sheep-ish : OVINE
19. Use a Smith-Corona : TYPE
20. 1972 U.S. Olympic hero : MARKSPITZ
22. "Get ___ of yourself!" : AHOLD
23. Dimwit's brain size : PEA
24. Francis and Dahl : ARLENES
26. Falsely incriminate : FRAME
30. Part two of an election : RUNOFF
32. Ebb : RECEDE
34. Diaper holder : PIN
35. Some VCR's : RCAS
39. Parroted : APED
40. In front : AHEAD
42. Breakfast restaurant chain, for short : IHOP
43. Actress Spelling : TORI
44. Catch some rays : TAN
45. Gas rating : OCTANE
47. Changes : AMENDS
50. Nahuatl language : AZTEC
51. Hitting with short punches : JABBING
54. Right off the stove : HOT
56. Grown-up : ADULT
57. Plum brandy : SLIVOVITZ
63. "The ___ Never Sleeps" (bank slogan) : CITI
64. Business exec T. ___ Pickens : BOONE
65. Farm: Prefix : AGRI
66. Etta of the funnies : KETT
67. "The Age of Anxiety" poet : AUDEN
68. Tavern light : NEON
69. Mideast canal : SUEZ
70. Uses a spoon, maybe : STIRS
71. Eye problem : STYE
1. 500 sheets : REAM
2. ___ mater : ALMA
3. Ship's landing : PIER
4. Went under : SANK
5. Ali's "rope-___" : ADOPE
6. Champagne go-with : CAVIAR
7. Part of B.T.U. : UNIT
8. Neighbor of Kenya : TANZANIA
9. Suffix with Japan or Sudan : ESE
10. Broken : ONTHEFRITZ
11. Skirt material : RAYON
12. Copious : AMPLE
13. Yorkshire's largest city : LEEDS
21. Went 80 m.p.h. : SPED
22. 80's TV alien : ALF
25. Sonata movement : RONDO
26. Toga party venue : FRAT
27. "___ Man" (1984 film) : REPO
28. Excellent server : ACER
29. Publicist's coup : MEDIABLITZ
31. Turn over : UPEND
33. Consumed : EATEN
36. Chew the fat : CHAT
37. Super-duper : AONE
38. On ___ (like some writers' assignments) : SPEC
41. Loiters with friends : HANGSOUT
46. Ancient Roman censor : CATO
48. Cambridge sch. : MIT
49. Black eye : SHINER
51. Raises, with "up" : JACKS
52. Goodbye : ADIEU
53. Montana city : BUTTE
55. Hot spots : OVENS
58. New Jersey city : LODI
59. U-Haul rentals : VANS
60. "___ a Kick Out of You" : IGET
61. Where Helen was abducted to : TROY
62. Amateur publication, informally : ZINE
64. Undergrad degrees : BAS

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